Carbon 12 is excited to announce their participation in the 18th edition of NADA Miami.
With works from artists Bernhard Buhmann, Monika Grabuschnigg, Amir Khojasteh, Maximiliano León, Philip Mueller and Rade Petrasevic, Face It unabashedly confronts the present with a lifted awareness of our adverse circumstances. The works evoke faces, which observe contemplative states of now, with glimpses of the present. The show embodies the vast reflections of these artists and ultimately, a multitude of the world.
Amidst a period of ambivalence and ambiguity, we long for the return of the familiar. Despite acknowledging our current reality, we move past the obstacles of today, and pave a path towards the future with bold resilience. There is a statement said, not with defeat, but with a sense of clarity and finality: “Let’s face it.”
The exhibition consists of portraiture conveyed through the differing perspectives of several artists. Together, the figurative artworks portray an honest reflection of humanity's determination to forge ahead, with face forward, and eyes set on the far horizon.
The works can simultaneously be viewed in person at Carbon 12 and online.
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA), is pleased to present NADA Miami, the organization’s annual flagship art fair, in a reimagined format to take place on December 1–5, 2020.
The 18th edition of the fair will showcase an international series of presentations from a diverse roster of 46 NADA Members and 27 first-time exhibitors for a total of 96 galleries from 44 cities, both in gallery spaces and online. The fair will feature gallery hubs in multiple cities, including New York and Los Angeles, with collective presentations in Tokyo, Warsaw, and Riga.
NADA Miami remains dedicated to celebrating rising talents from around the globe. Visitors of the 2020 fair will be invited to experience gallery presentations in person in their local city, and discover the best of contemporary art online through a newly-designed digital platform.